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Oklahomans of the Year

2020: Perhaps the strangest year in recent history.

Have a Hobby Holiday

Despite a dreary year, you can still make your December merry and bright by indulging in some new pastimes. We explore a few of...
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Keeping the Lights On

Electricity is a luxury we often take for granted. It powers our days, but we rarely take time to appreciate just how important this utility really is. Companies around the state work diligently to create clean energy to propel our state into a sustainable future. We go behind the scenes with a few of these businesses to see the ways they’re helping to power Oklahoma; discuss the pros of the electric and hybrid vehicles on the market; and explore ways to appreciate electric commodities during leisure time.

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Covid-19 Updates

Oklahoma

365,992
Total Confirmed Cases
3,187
Total Deaths

via OK State Department of Health 1/22/2021

2,946
Cases Since 1/21
47
Deaths Since 1/21
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State

All things Oklahoma

Hope and Healing with Horses

Nestled among farms and ranches on Canadian County’s prairie, there’s an area that simply looks like more barns and horses. But Savannah Station Therapeutic...

Amphibian Appreciation

Herpetology, defined as the study of snakes and amphibians, is a topic that can be daunting or downright terrifying for many individuals. However, the...

Right on Target

Unlike some of the more visible team sports, clay pigeon shooting sports may be new to many. They consist primarily of three types: skeet,...

Finding the Write Space

In its first year, the Creative Quills Writing Group had a booth at the El Reno Burger Day Festival. Twenty-five authors, still unpublished at...

A Sturdy Foundation

A true Tulsa hometown company since 1988, Becco Contractors Inc. started small. General superintendent Chad Smith tells how his dad started Becco in the...

12&12 Day Aims to Help Those In Need

The largest Comprehensive Community Addiction Recovery Center in the state, 12&12, is hosting its third annual 12&12 Day on Saturday, Dec. 12. The event...
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A Return to Creativity

If you seem to have more time on your hands lately, you’re not alone. Many people, perhaps those who loved to paint as children,...

Blazing New Trails

Piedmont native Deborah Gay’s love of horses began at age four or five, and she’s never given up her spurs.  Living on twelve acres in...

Jumping All Obstacles

The timeline for construction on the National BMX Headquarters in Tulsa has looked like a BMX dirt-track race itself: loaded with jumps, berms and...

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Alluring Anadarko

.ugb-76f4ec0 > .ugb-inner-block > .ugb-block-content > .ugb-columns__item{grid-template-columns:1.54fr 0.46fr !important} In a state whose very name is a Native American phrase meaning “Red Earth,” one Oklahoma...

No Soil, No Problem

If you haven’t had the time or inclination to pick up an offbeat hobby during this very weird time, you might want to try...

Engulfed inGalveston Island

Never before has a beach destination been more welcome than this past year. COVID-19 restrictions have thrust travelers into creative domestic trips, and Galveston, Texas...

A Great Second Act

Photography by Sarah Baker Photos “If you look at the house on the outside, you would not expect what you see on the inside,” says...

Ready to Race

Oklahoma health and fitness experts weigh in on what it takes to prepare for a 26.2-mile run. Before Beginning Get evaluated: David Rhodes, an orthopedic surgeon...

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

Ling’s Cakery

In August, I made my usual drive through the Asian District to pick up groceries at Super Cao Nguyen when I spotted a storefront...

Like Coming Home

Doris Matthews, owner of the beloved Tucci’s for 25 years, is a bit like the Mona Lisa. Gregarious, a fixture, seemingly there forever ......

Blazing Tables

With the social strains of COVID-19 affecting the community, many people are still wary of venturing out to eat, putting the usual gatherings of...

The King of Barbecue

In the world of competitive barbecue, there are two big contests a year, and to some, it’s more important as the Super Bowl and...

Ghost Dragon Express

During the three years since it opened, the big and glitzy Bond Event Center has hosted numerous glamorous weddings and black-tie charity galas. Then,...

Expect the Unexpected

Dining at OKC’s Grey Sweater is an adventure like few others you will experience in the state. It is a restaurant, yes, but one...
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Where & When

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Karate, Crime and Marvel

Happy New Year! Unfortunately, January is the month where movies go to die. It’s cold, everyone is depressed because they’ve already failed their New...

Christmas Lights Galore

Activities abound to get you into the holiday spirit this month. In Tulsa, the Philbrook Festival runs through Dec. 26, with holiday lights, music and...

Exhibitions Abound

Don’t forget to plan a trip to one of Oklahoma’s premier museums this month. Ahha Tulsa offers TAC at Ahha through Dec. 19. This juried...

Adrenaline-Pumping Action

Gear up for football galore this month. You can catch the University of Tulsa at home on Dec. 5 as they take on the...

Holiday Magic Abounds

You’ll still be able to find some holiday magic on the stage this month.  Tulsa Ballet presents The Lost Nutcracker from Dec. 17-20 at Cox...

A Little of Everything

In Theaters As of this writing, it appears movie theaters are back in business, albeit at a smaller capacity and socially distanced. With that in...